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Cranberry Township

The Route 228 corridor has become a hub of activity in Cranberry Township.
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Though the physical landscape of Cranberry Township has changed over the last three decades, the fabric of the community remains the same: Cranberry is a community that plans, adapts, and thrives together.

The community has grown by leaps and bounds while maintaining a level of support and camaraderie that’s hard to find. And that’s happened according to plan — the Cranberry Plan, to be exact.

Following the Cranberry Plan, Supervisors have focused on improving and maintaining infrastructure, as well as expanding services, programs, and recreation offerings as the Township has developed.

Major projects on Route 228, Freedom Road, and elsewhere have improved the commute for residents and visitors. So has the inclusion of cutting-edge technology at the Township’s Traffic Operations Center.

The Township’s parks continue to be not-so-hidden gems, offering hundreds of programs to residents and serving as hosts to regional and national events at the world-class disc golf and pickleball areas.

Facilities like the Waterpark and Cranberry Highlands Golf Course are perfect locations for a staycation, while seasonal programs and events offer exciting ways to celebrate the seasons.

The Township’s premiere recreation facility, Graham Park, is undergoing a physical change with new title sponsors UPMC Passavant joining in the mission of creating a healthier community. A relocated and expanded Rotary Dog Park in Community Park offers new space for pups and their owners to mingle. An ongoing effort to create a new comprehensive parks plan will only expand these amazing offerings.

These efforts are supported by a heavy focus on unparalleled customer service. Every department works hard to serve the community and help residents, businesses, and nonprofits succeed.

That wide-ranging commitment to excellence is why Cranberry Township continues to be a regional hub and a place people want to be.

“It has long been the mission of the Board of Supervisors to create a sustainable community that is prepared for the future,” said Mike Manipole, Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman. “Our community joins us in those efforts, and we couldn’t do it without them.”

Learn more about what’s happening in Cranberry at cranberrytownship.org.

This article was submitted by Cranberry Township.

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